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The Movements of many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. Harry H. BU-ase has returned
irom a visit to \ lrginia.
Mr. and (Mrs. T. X. Parks of Xew-1
"berry spent the week end in the city
wkh relatives.?Greenwood Journal.
Mrs. Jos. Mann left last Sunday to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Price of Spartanburg.
Sh? will spend a couple of
weeks with Mrs. Price.
YARIOCS AND ALL AliOLT.
The cold wave has not hit us yet,
but trie bureau says it is on the way.
Sunshine and April showers in Xew
berry this winter month of January.
Raising doves of peace for sale in
Mexico would be a losing business in
these days of strife and scrimmage.
Brewster's Millions at Leslie's Arcade
was greeted by packed houses
Why don't somebody send a peace
ship to Mexico? Is the project too
l ne banks 01 the city will observe
Lee's birthday Wednesday and will be
There was a very hard fall of rain in
Newberry Thursday morning between
5 and 6 o'clock.
The iWinthrop Daughters chapter
will meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock
with Miss Katherine Wright.
Jasper chapter, D. A. R., will hold
its meeting Saturday afternoon at 4^30
o'clock with Mrs. J. T. Mayes.
^Temperature around 60 above in
South Carolina and 40 to 48 below in
*nir x rtrL ' _ 1- _ -."U . ! A ?
Montana. wmcn is your cuoice ui
The V. S. L. E. Blue Ribbon feature,
"The Flash of an Emerald," will be
Manager Wells' offering at the opera
house next Tuesday.
Ruth Stonehou-se, a Newberry movie
favorite, will star in "The Crimson
Wing," at the opera house tonight
The County Teachers' association
will meet in the high school building
in Newberry on Saturday. All teachers
-are urged to be present.
rvinr* nrc' ran/vrt for* fnn on nnPfl
I "C 3 i^ULi-l ^ J. O JL ^ 1 ! ? IVl WVtVU &4**4*vu
in Newberry for 1915 up on January 1
is 35,765; for the same time in 1914 the
report ?hows 32,177.
The next Paramount picture at the
Arcade will be "The Call of the North"
in 5 acts, featuring Rc-bert Edison, on
Friday, January 21st.
Read elsWhere in this issue about
the Mutual masterpiece and then see
"The Reward" at Leslie's Arcade January
Supervisor Sample is doing some
good work on the steel bridge, or Dead
T?o11 rrvnH The rnad ic, hpin?r saniip-ri
MM ? A VM.V*. ^ 1 " 0
and put in fine condition. The citizens
of the community are co-operating
with him and on Wednesday they
furnished some 25 wagons and teams.
Mr. R. L. Brock, formerly of Whitmire,
who was on trial in Richland
county at the current term of the
court on the charge of -assault and
batter with intent to kill was acquitted.
He was represented by former
Go. ernor Blease.
Watch Manager Wells' announcements
in his opera house ad. He has
secured the very cream of the movie
attractions, and patrons of rhe opera ;
bouse will be delighted at the high- :
class, offerings shown in the near future. ]
.Nothing but t'n-e best is Wells' motto.
The Crotwell, or Savoy hote?, prop- 'erty
has changed hands, the owner, Mr. ,
Sam P. Crotwell. having sold the hotel t
to Messrs. Henry J. Bennett, J. .T. Ben- (
nett and J. H. iWright. The sum paid ,
was $50,000. Mr. Morris, the present ,
manager, will continue to run the
Xick Bowman, who has been a lib- <
eral patron .of the recorder's court, ]
' declined a pressing invitation to be 3
present Friday morning and hear nim- t
self tried on the gentlemanly charge
of vagrancy. Xick played old Xick ^
- i / i
ana stayeci away, ioneiuug a, uuuu ui (
$5. Absence makes the heart grow (
Anderson Dry Goods company is ad- j
vertising a great remodeling sale to ]
begin on tne loth." This is an oppor- <(
^tunity to buy some new and season- (
" ablo goods at a remarkably low price. <
' The store is io be remodeled and a new ?
* plate glass front will be put in and
"Che store generally improved in ap- <
' City Clerk Chapman is writing up 1
' tax executions to be placed in the "
hands of the sheriff for collection. Mr. f
Chapman says he has done ail he could
fn the way of sending out notices to 3
get the delinquents to coane in and
pay their taxes, but there are a few n
vho evidently did not receive the notices
sent out, or neglected to come n
" forward and pay. I
WHITES HER APPRECIATION
The Firm of Moseley Bros, to Retire
After Fifty Years?Have Good Will
and Wishes of Community.
It is always pleasant to know that
some one somewhere appreciates the
work you have done. It is nice to letj
i.ie livinor that hf? is i
(Jilt? iYIiUW w mic lie; 10 ii.
appreciated. Eloquent speeches and j
kind words and big resolutions and
bouquets of flowers can do no good
after he has been laid to the final rest.
Most of us put off too late the saying |
of the things that we feel and think
and could say truthfully, but just don't
The firm of Moseley Brothers at j
Prosperity is going out of business after
a career of fifty years in the same
town and the surviving member of the
firm is still a young man. This Arm
built up a fine business and had manyj
friends among their customers and
the community will miss them from I
he community life, and then the large'
trade which the firm had will miss'
But we. started to quote a letter
which the firm has received from a
young lady in Columbia, which is ap-|
preciated. Mr. Moseley does not know;
the lady and she does not seem to de-!
sire any favor, but her letter is the j
expression of what she feels. It is j
dated at Columbia, January 10, and j
runs like this:
"It is with regret to know tne business
firm, Moseley Bros., is to retire
from business after 50 years of a sue-!
cessful and prosperous business career, j
It all goes to prove what can be ac-j
complished when kind, careful atten-1
tion is given one's business. I have)
-.isited Prosperity some years ago and,
was in your place of business. I know
the people of your town regret the
firm of Moseley Bros, retiring, but all;
wish you a continuous success in what-1
ever business you choose. Wishing j
each member of the firm much success \
and prosperity for the future, am am,
The play, ';Mock Marriage,'' will be j
rendered at the Little Mountain 'nigh 1
school on Friday night, January 14.
It will be given at the school auditorium
and will be for the benefit of j
the school. Admission 10 cents. Ice j
cream, cake and all sorts of good1
things will be on sale. There will
be lots of fun of various and sundry
-Mr. J. William Smith and Miss Joe
Caldwell will be married the 19th in-1
stant at tne home of Mr. and Mrs.;
Jos. H. Hunter in this city?both very I
popular yourfg people. iThey will make i
their home with Mr. and Mrs. W. J.!
Election I. 0. 0. F. Officers.
On December 31st the Odd Fellows |
of Pulaski lodge Xd. 20 elected the
following officers for the ensuing term:
Eugene S. Blease, N. G.; D. B. Chandler,
V. G.; 1W. G. Peterson, financial
secretary; Theo Danielsen, treasurer.
The order will meet tonight, Friday,
when the officers will be installed and j
subordinate officers appointed.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.) 'j
Nothing preventing, the following!
w..l be the program of divine services i
at the Lutheran Church of the Re- [
10:lo a. m.?Sunday school. There'
were several classes that made a per-!
feet score in attendance last Sunday,.
and wtre banner classes. Work to
make your c^ass such next Sunday.
11:15 a. m.?The hour of worship.
The pastor will preach on the subject,
'Every Man His Klondike." In 1896.
?e word "Klondike" was flashed over,
:he world. The following year thousands
of people from all parts of the i1
ivorld flocked to the rich gold fields |
}f the Yukon river to find their for-;
:unes. There was a great discovery, a;
?reat enthusiasm and a great result, j
But there were thousands who could,1
lot go, and many who did go failed,:
:o get the treasure sought.
In the sermon the pastor will telj!
:he wonderful story of a great discov-- 1
?ry, a great enthusiasm, and a greac
>ervice that has enriched the world
nore than all else. The beauty of it
.s there is not a person so poor or
lumble but that can have his part,
md enjoy the riches and blessings. <
?ome to the service and get a new }
enthusiasm and inspiration that will
strengthen you. ,
4 p. m.?fThe classes in the cate- ,
ftism will meet in the church.
7.30 p. m?The evening worship,
rhe pastor will preach on the subject, 1
'Some Hard Facts." There will be j
rood music at all the services. ^
Special selections: Anthem, '^ead '?
.fe," Petrie, by the choir.
Duet, "Be of Good Comfort/' Gou- I
tod, Mrs. Derrick and Dr. Setzler. ^
"I was glad when t'aey said unto s
ae, let us go into the house of the g
.ord." | i:
BANK DIRECTORS ELECTED
Meeting of Shareholders National of
Newberry and People's of Prosperity?R.
D. Smith Resigns.
The annual meeting of the stock J
holders of the National Bank of Newberry
was held on Tuesday.
The following directors were elected .
for the ensuing year: R. D. Smith, j
Jos. H. Hunter, Geo. Johnstone, Geo.;
_ _ I
S. Mower, \Y\ W. Wneeler, T. K. John-,
stone, B. C. Matthews.
At a meeting of the directors held:
immediately afterward Mr. R. D. Smith'
tendered his resignation as cashier,
which was accepted by the board. j
The following officers were then
B. C. Matthews, president.
T. K. Johnston-, cashier.
H. T. Cannon, assistant cashier ana !
W. iW. Cromer, bookkeeper.
Yv\ S. Lovell, collector.
We regret the resignation of Mr.
Smith as casihier. He was always
pleasant and accommodating and courteous.
The other men now in the bank
are competent and. courteous always, j
The bank is now in good condition I
and growing every day under the pr~~ :
ent management, and on the first paid
a dividend. !
(The annual meeting of the stock- j
holders of the People's National bank
at prosperity was held on Tuesday and
tile loiiowing directors were eiecieu. ;
Geo. Johnstone, W. P. Pugh, R. L.
Luther, J. A. C. Kibler, D. B. Cook, T !
A. Dominick, Geo. W. Bowers, R. T.
Pngh, W. W. Wheeler.
A meeting of the directors was held
immediately after the stockholders adjourned
and the following officers were
W. IW. Wheeler, president.
R. L. Luther, vice president.
R. T. Pugh, cashier.
J. P. Wheeler, assistant cashier.
This bank declared a semi-annual
dividend of 4 per cent on a capital or
$25,000 on the first of the year and put
a good sum to the surplus.
TO THE RIGHT
WALKING OR DRIVIXG
Chief Ed Rodclsperger is going to!
make an effort to keep the streets'
from being blocked and thus make it!
easy for all persons to use them. Uhe j
law .of the state is that you must'drive;
to tht right in meeting any one and
the same in walking, but there is no
ordinance in the town to t'nat effect,!
though there should be.
Chief Rodclsperger is asking the co-'
operation of the people in forming the1
habit cf keeping to the right. It would!
be better for all concerned to do so,
in walking and driving, even though!
there be no law to that effect. But
seme people have to be made to do
things, and e\en then they don't like it. |
Now let all the people in town and
those who conif to town co-operate
with Chief Rodelsperger and keep to
the right in meeting people, and if you
stop to talk on the street get to one
side so as not to block traffic.
And, by the way, some one called
our attention to the fact t'nat Chief
Rodelsperger is the first native born
r>f the city to fill the position of chief |
s.LCe the memory of man runneth not
to the contrary. All of them came
from the country, and it it a mighty
good place to come from or to remain '
in. Can you name a chief of police in !
the past thirty years who was horn
and reared in the town of Newberry? .
Knights of Pythias Elections. |
At a regular meeting of Newberry ,
lodge, K. of P., on Tuesday night the i
following officers were elected:
J. B. O'N. Holloway, C. C.; J. W.
White, V. C.; Geo. C. Hipp, prelate; W.
> ? kr iTTJi ... A T> xr i
3. .aaaim, iyi. 01. iyv.; i\.. jouwuittu, xv. j
5f R and S.; W. F. Ewart, M. of F.; W. <
McSwain, M. of E.; S. J. Derrick, c
VI. at A.; Geo. S. Mower, I. G.; R 1
3. S Wittenberg, 0. G.; W. A. McSwain, I
Basket ball game between Newberry1
Sigh School and Clinton High school
vill be played at t'he college gymna ium
Friday night, Jan. 14. Another (
;ame will be played Saturday morn- j r
Qg at the High school. a
SEMOR ENGINEER SPOOX
Ordered to Wliitmire to (jo Over Appalachian
Highway and Especially to
1.cease Road i\i Tiger River.
<v: r. William Coleman of Whitmiro
has received a letter from Mr. E. J.i
Watson stating Jiat he is gratified with .;
the good reports he nas heard of the
condition of the Appalachian highway
and that he has taken up with the
railroad commission the proposition of
removing the grade crossings at Win- j
ders' cut, a most dangerous grade;
crossing on the Union side in this
road. Mr. Watson says he expects to
make a trip over the road soon.
Mr. Coleman also has rrreiveu a letter,
from the authorities in Washing- !
ton stating that they have directed Mr.:
W. S. Spoon, the senior engineer of
public highways in the South, to re-;
port at Whitmire to render such service
as 'he may be able in assisting in
the locating of the road on the Union
side, and to especially assist in making
the proper grade on the road at
the Tiger river, so as to get rid of the
nigh grade which is now the location
of the road. He is to remain so long
as it mav be necessary to do 'hp work
?? - ? ?g r
The Union people are making a road^
that is worth while. It is thirty feet
wide and wherever possible the grade
has been made so as to make a fine
Whitmire has again made a contribution
to repair certain sections of
the road on the Newberry side, and at
present the road is in fine condition,
but in order that it may be good all
the winter it is very important that
some more work be done, and to do
this some $400 or $500 is needed, and
it w-ould be a paying investment for
Newber/y to raise this amount. In
fact, Newberry did not measure up to
her duty in the first instance, and a
contribution of the amount needed
would be about what Newberry should
do in order to equalize the contributions.
(We would be glad to see Newberry
do ner part. iThis road will be
worth a whole lot to the business interests
of the town, and a contribution
would be a good investment. Newberry
surely should contribute as much
as Whitmire. Now is the time to act,
before the bad weather begins.
COLD TO FOLLOW
Coast From Maine ts Florida and on
Gulf to See Storm?Warnings
Richard H. Sullivan, section director
of the weather bureau, issued the following
statement last night:
"The severe cold wave now prevalent
over the Moddle West is expected to
reach the East Gulf and South 'Atlantic
States by Friday, and cold wave warnings
were received at the local office of
tne weather bureau at 11:09 p. m.,
Wednesday for temperature of 20 degrees
or lower over northwest Georgia
and about 22 degrees over central and
northwest Georgia by Friday morning.
This will. effect that northwestern I
counties of South Carolina by the time
mentioned, and by Saturday morning 1
:he temperatures o-ver the central por:ion
of this state will likely fall to near |
"Temperatures tonight range from
I degree below zero over Kansas to 34
degrees below over Manitoba. This
morning readings of 40 to 48 degrees j
below zero were recorded over Mon- 1
Was'nington, Jan. 12.?One of the <
severest cold waves of recent years, (
fr.il/vwinor in thA wakfi of a storm I
which swept north and eastward from JTexas
ear^y today, was spreading to-, t
night towards the lake region and At- J '<
lantic coast. While record low tem- i
peratures were being reported during
the day from the West the mercury,(
going down to 58 degrees below zero !
in northwest Canada,-it was abnormal- '
ly warm in the South, t'ne Ohio valley 1
and the lower lake regions. ,s
Rains and snows will be general ^
over most of the country tomorrow jJ
but the weather bureau predicts fair j
weather Friday except in New Eng-; ?
land, where snow is expected. j *
Storm warnings were ordered dis-t *
played tonignt rrom n-asiport? ;vie., to Jacksonville,
Fla., and on the Gult 2
Coast from Rockwell, Fla., to Browns-j
ville, Texas. The storm tonight was 1
Dver Georgian bay and was moving 1
Joint Council 'St. Paul's. ?
The joint council of the St. Paul's
pastorate will meet at Baehman Chapel; r
;hurch on 'Monday, January 17, at"1:30j
)'clock. Every member is urged and t
equested to attend as matters of im- f
Dortance to the pastorate are to be v
considered. J. A. C. Kibler,
B. M. D. Livingston, President.
The regular monthly meeting of the *
?ivic association will be held at the p
esiaence of Mrs. L. W. Jones Monday
.fternoon, January 17, at 4 ^'clock.
THE JEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Full Hanes; of Weddings?Marriage
of Miss M>hii and Mr. Barnes
?Kccep ion fov Aid Society.
special to Tne H. raiti and News.
Prosperity, .Jan. 13.- "Prosperity had
a full harvest of wed'lings last year?
mere than a baker's dozen?and this
\ < ar i)iodises to Jiing ap a close sec
end, if Tuesday's propitious beginning
is indicative. The wedding bells
chimed this time for one our prettiest!
and most lovable girls, Miss Marie
Kohn, the eldest daughter of iMt. and
Mrs. S. J. Kohn.
'I he marriage was celebrated at their
country home at 6 o'clock Tuesday,
the Rev. Mr. Leslie of Grace church
Miss Kohn, who is a vLvacious blond, j
looked very chic in a traveling suit j
cl blue with accessories to match. Mr.
T. Eric Earnes, the groom, is a promising
young business man of Saluda.
He is connected with the Saluda pharmacy.
The wedding was very quiet, only!
the family and two or three friends j
being present. The home was artis-i
tically decorated for the occasion with !
.imilax and other Southern green. The
' wedding march was played by the
bride's sister, Dorris. After receiving;
the good wishes of those present, the
guests repaired to the dining room,
where a real old-fashioned wedding
supper was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes left on the 9
o'clock train for North Augusta, where
they will spend a week with Mr.
Barnes' parents. The groom was accompanied
by Mr. Hunter Ridgell of
Saluda. Miss Nell Kohn of Columbia
was also among the out of town guests, i
Vrt+ifithctanHinc fart that no ill? I
vitations were issued, many presents
testified to the popularity of the bride.
We extend our best wishes.
The Aid society of Grace church
wi?l give a reception at the parsonage
Friday evening. All the congregation
and friends are invited. A delightful
evening is in store for both
young and old. A silver offering will
be taken at the door.
Mrs. G. C. Barrien of Jackson is
the guest of Mrs. S. J. Kohn.
Misses 'Annie Laurie Lester and
Helen Vaughn of Columbia are visit
-\T TO ??? T +
uig -vju s. fiusd ucsici.
Mr. S. S. Birge has gone on a business
trip down on the Congaree river.
Mr. W. P. B. Harmon of Ninety Six
is visiting Dr. G. W. Harmon.
Mr. L. Q. Fellers of Newberry attended
the stockholders' meeting of
the People's National bank Tuesday
and visited his nephew, Mr G. E. Hawkins,
who is ill.
MissJDc^ris Kohn has returned from
a short stay to Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mitchell have gone
to Newberry to visit Mr. and .Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Archie McLean of
Blythewood are spending a while with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Mrs. Joe Litz is spending the week
Members Eoseboro Lodtre, >'o. 195, En
tertain Most Charmingly and In.
stall Officers for >e>v Year.
A) most delightful and enjoyable occasion
was the annual banquet at
VVhitmire on las-: (Thursday evening j
by the members of Roseboro lodge No.;
195, Masons. About 75 plates were|
spread and the members of the lodge
and their invited guests enjoyed the .
Among the invited guests were R.
V. Cooper, most worshipful grand mas:er;
Geo. S. Mower, past grand master,
ind Van Smith, district, deputy grand '
Tho fniinwin? officprs recently elect-j
?d, were duly installed:
M. E. Abrams, W. M.; Claude 8.
Smith, S. W.; J. A. Campbell, J. W.;iM.
Miller, treasurer; J. W. Hipp,
secretary; H. C. Leaman, S. S.; T. A.
3eckett, J. S.; Dr. J. M. Moore, S. D.;
A. Darby, J. D.; V.r. H. Gibson, tiler.!"
' j )
After the installation of the officers
i most delightful banquet was served ,
>y the Improvement association of
he school and a number of after dinler
speeches were made by the visitors
in<Tthe members of the lodge. "
Mr. M. E. Abrams presided as toastnaster
and stirring speech.es were
nade by R. A. Cooper, Geo. S. Mower,
Ism Smith, T. A. Beckett, W. R. Wa'ton
and others ^.nd the evening was
The meeting was held in the auditoium
of the school building.
The School Improvement associaion,
in addition to serving a delightul
banquet, netted a nice sum- for the
fork of the association. j
Young People's Society.
The Young People's Missionary so- .
iety of Central Methodist church
rill meet next Snncay, the 16th, at 3 5
. m., in the church parlor. t
May Tarrant, | j
Cor. Sec. fc
Opera House I
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11.
A.VSEJLO LEE Vit.^rajJli
/T_ rru??A $!|$f
^ i XI iiixcc 1 aiwy
I>i t he Farm Kaiem
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15. )|
THE NOMA5 OF THE SEA.. .Kaiem ? ^
(In Three Party)
>o Tickee No Washes ,Vitagrapli jJ
MONDAY, JANUARY 16.
WINE, WOMEN AND SONG. .Essanay M
(In Two Parts)
The Chief a the Circle Selig J
licarst-Sellg News I
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18.
World Film Corporation Presents
Robert Warwick, in
THE FLASH OF AN EMERALD ' J
Cartoons on Yacht poison
The first quarterly conference of the
Newberry circuit will be held at New ItH
Chapel churcli next Saturday, January
15, preaching at 11 o'clock by the presiding
elder, the Rev. Walter I. Herbert.
Dinner on the ground. The
quarterly conference held after din
ner. All members are urged to attend I
and the public cordially invited.
W. R. Bouknight, Pastor.
FOR SALE?Underwood typewriter;
cheap; in good condition. Apply at
Herald and News. 1-14-tf
MULES?We have some extra nice
(Tennessee mules on hand. Come to'
see us. A. G. Wise, Prosperity.
TRESPASS NOTICE?All persons are
forbidden to trespass by hunting, V
fishing or any other way on the land^ flj
of the late Frederick Werber. Alma fl
Werber Bruce. 11-14-lt
Wanted?A pasture near Newberry;
will rent or buy. Claude Y. Morris. V
Strayed?One black setter day about fl
eight months old. Little white on. /H
left foot. Notify J. M. Jones, Newberry,
S. C., R. F. D. 7, Box 1C. ' ?
For Sale?The timber off of 40 acres a
pines and oaks; 2 miles from Garys fl
on C. N. & L. railroad. Dr. 0. B.
'Yayer, Newberry, S. C. l-112t
Will be away from Newberry for several
days attending the Veterinary
Association in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. 1
Boyd Jacobs. 1-11-at
You can get first class pressing, cleanand
altering done at Quality Pressing
Club All guaranteed. Phoiie
No. 1252. l-ll-5t
Ginning?Our ginning days will be on j|
every Monday. Will probably close v
tbe mill for this season about first
February therefore if you have any
cotton to gin or seed to sell bring
them in. (The Southern Cotton Oil
Co., L. W. Floyd, Mgrf l-ll-4t If
Lost?A black male pig; weighs about fl
Zo or isu pounas. uness wicK?r,
Prosperity, S. C., R. F. D. 3. 1-11-lt
Madam Baldwin of New York has
opened parlors at the Hotel Savoy, m
Shampooing, scalp treatment for V
ladies and gentlemen. Also mani- flH
curing in the home by appointmenc.
For Kent?Nice four room cottage.
Very convenient to business section
of the city. (Will rent cheap. Claud?
Y. Morris. 12-24-tf
Fnr SaIp?FS vo eharw nf the stocfc
of the Newberry Building and Loan
Association. A.pply at The Herald
and News office. 12-23-if JM
We can save you money on feed cotton m
seed m^al. Johnson-CcCrackin Co.
Seed Corn For Sale?Write or see me. t ft
J. H. Riser, Newberry, S. C. 12-3-lt
Wanted?Land to sell at auction. Na- gffjj
tional Realty and Auction Company, ?jBJ
Wanted?Subscriptions to the Needlecraft,
the Ladies Home Journal the
Q.o +n tt Fuon in-cr PrvsL flOUntTT
Gentleman, the Southern1 Cultivator,
the Progressive Farmer, Farm and fl
Fireside, McCall's Magazine, Woman's
World and other papers and
magazines. Please give [your new
or renewal subscriptions to me. Cur- wfl
tis I. Bpting, 1704 Nance street, New- I
berry. S. C.
?or Sale?One fine Packard organ, W
Write or see me. J. H. Riser, Newberry,
S. C. 12-31-lt
Wol.fat*TCk will hp at. TJttle
VUUUI Wi AAVOtlMTV* V -w ?
fountain on Saturday of this week^t**
ake returns of property for taxation. V
feet him there and save a trip to Newerry
to make your- return. i ^|||